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Snapper Rocks is a small rocky outcrop on the northern side of Point Danger at the southern end of Queensland's Gold Coast. It is a famous surf break and today the start of the large sand bank known to surfers as the Superbank.

I captured my first ever Seascape. As the sun was moving, I'd to rush to the rocks to capture this marvellous moment. The tides were so high that I ended up soaking myself completely along with my Camera gear.

I brought a small piece of fine cloth with me to wipe the lens off. Lee 0.6 GND was used to bring the exposure of the sky down to match the foreground.

I'm totally in love with the adventure.

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